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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Someone will now start a thread which attempts to type moustaches.
    ESTJ. They've been slowly dropping out of style, but it is tradition (Si) that keeps them going with some people. Therefore, SJ. And also more men are Ts, and men are more well-known for having moustaches, so this is why I say T as well. And those who wear them tend to care about their appearance to the external world, so I say that moustaches are E. Therefore, moustaches are ESTJ.

    This is assuming that moustaches have the same personality as their owner. If they do not, then my theory falls apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.awesome View Post
    its like going to a gay pride parade to promote the fact that youre happy.
    Yes you are right. I actually like the Amsterdam gay pride parade, it's one of the biggest parties in our nation's capitol, which happens to be a beautiful city as well. I kind of feel the same about this forum. It's fun and nice, I just don't want to dabble in the MBTI stuff any more, much like I'd go to the gay pride parade without being gay in your metaphor.
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    How about a typing system based on avatar pictures? One type for cartoons, one for celebrities, one for movie stills, one for traditional, one for modern works of art, one for attractive scantily clad women, etc, etc... Of course some people's types would then change with great regularity, but that would reflect a lot of people's mbti anyway!
    Look into my avatar. Look deep into my avatar...

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    I agree, a frequent change of avatar would indeed reflect much about a person's Myers Briggs Type Indicator.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Someone will now start a thread which attempts to type moustaches.
    The handlebar moustache is exclusive to ETJs, because they are very driven.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    The handlebar mustache is exclusive to ETJs, because they are very driven.
    Trustworthiness of Beards (includes mustaches)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seymour View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    are you trying to woo victor?
    I have a very nice moustache. When I come to a doorway, I push my head in first and if my moustaches don't touch the sides, I know I won't get stuck.

    And I can tell you that since I have grown my moustaches, I have never been caught in any doorway.

    But I took it all on the advice of my favourite cat, Jasper, who advised me to grow my whiskers. He said, in his insouciant way, that if it worked for cats, it might work for me - and it does.

    But most of all I like stroking my moustaches. They remind me of my teddy bear, Paddy O'Flaherty. And I find that stroking my moustaches comforts me just as stroking Paddy comforted me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    I have a very nice moustache. When I come to a doorway, I push my head in first and if my moustaches don't touch the sides, I know I won't get stuck.

    And I can tell you that since I have grown my moustaches, I have never been caught in any doorway.

    But I took it all on the advice of my favourite cat, Jasper, who advised me to grow my whiskers. He said, in his insouciant way, that if it worked for cats, it might work for me - and it does.

    But most of all I like stroking my moustaches. They remind me of my teddy bear, Paddy O'Flaherty. And I find that stroking my moustaches comforts me just as stroking Paddy comforted me.
    Okkkkaaayyyy...

    *Backs away slowly*

    *Hits Wall*

    DAMMIT!

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